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Faith can at time seem so confusing.  “A Simpler Faith” is a to the point discussion on faith from an everyday ‘Joe Palooka’ in his words, as he seeks to inspire faith in those who may have been turned aways from their faith in recent times. Encouraging faith in Christ, instead of the demonationalism and other things that get in the w way of  the message, he hopes to help those who are at the end of their rope, and advises them on how they can change it for the better.  “A Simpler Faith” is a strong pick for those who are strongly contemplating abandoning the church.

James A. Cox

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Pg 105-Chapter 13- “Let’s face it. We all bring our judgmental baggage into our adult church experience. And there’s already a denominational bias in place in whichever church we land”.

This is the sad nature of having so many different groups within Christianity. Whatever group we cut our teeth on in our childhood, we will bring that bias with us as we move on to new groups. Rules and rituals from our past will lead to a judging attitude toward others. We need to focus on the “simpler” parts of faith. The Trinity would be the starting point.

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